Your high school yearbook photo can come back stronger than a ’90s trend.
Yearbook photos are often looked back at with embarrassment, cringing over the awkward stages of our teenage years. But thanks to artificial intelligence, you have the opportunity for a redo.
A new trend on TikTok allows users to recreate their high school yearbook snaps — with a ’90s twist.
With over 60 different identities available to transform into, the AI generator can help you see what your high school alter ego could have looked like — you could even be captain of the football team if you so desire.
Celebrities and influencers hopped on the trend, sharing the AI versions of their yearbook photos on social media.
Actress Keke Palmer, 30, shared a slideshow of yearbook photos to Instagram with the caption, “Idk y’all.. I feel like mine ain’t me fr” with laughing emojis.
YouTuber James Charles, 24, joined in, writing “I’m scared” alongside his generated photos.
Even the Mayor of Flavortown had to get in on the action. Guy Fieri posted a TikTok video of his new yearbook photos with the caption, “90’s Yearbook Guy = too cool for school.”
If you want to see what you would’ve looked like in high school with a different persona, swipe up on this slide to learn more.